New Penthouse for Four Seasons Paris

The iconic Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris is now showcasing its new Pierre-Yves Rochon designed penthouse suite, which is redefining luxury accommodation in the hospitality industry worldwide.

Boasting of an astounding six terraces and wrap-around views of Paris, the new penthouse was designed to make guests feel as though they are in their own private residence in the City of Lights rather than in a clinical, cold hotel suite.

According to industry insiders, the designer’s goal was to create a warm, inviting, personal and elegant contemporary apartment-like feel with the best views in the city to cater to wealthy businesspeople.  Christopher Norton, the hotel’s general manager, explained the philosophy:

“The aim was to redefine the idea of a hotel suite by creating a refined and inviting apartment.  Inside, we created warm, inviting and friendly spaces on a human scale, to recreate the feel of a cozy Parisian apartment.”

Designer Pierre-Yves Rochon is perhaps the most sought-after interior designer in the business today, with clients including other Four Seasons hotels worldwide, the Al Bustan Palace Hotel in Muscat, and the Monte Carlo Bay resort, only to name a few.  Flourishes Rochon included in the luxury penthouse are sycamore, majilite and silk decorated walls, Baccarat crystal glassware, and a winter garden.

Prices for a stay in the new penthouse are not advertised, and it cannot be booked online.  One may assume that the going rate for one night could easily be in the five-figure range.